Singa - Mythical creatures of the Indonesian Batak people who live in the mountains in Sumatra.

Singa - Mythical creatures of the Indonesian Batak people who live in the mountains in Sumatra

Indonesian Designer Tex Saverio

Tex Saverio, Jakarta Fashion Week 2012 “Midas Collection” Very complicated but very gorgeous!

Gunungan, symbolize the world or the earth on traditional Javanese puppet story (Wayang).

Gunungan, symbolize the world or the earth on traditional Javanese puppet story (Wayang).

(Sarita) Date: 19th–early 20th century Geography: Indonesia, Sulawesi Culture: Toraja Medium: Cotton Dimensions: L. 192 x W. 10 1/4 in. (487.7 x 26 cm) Classification: Textiles-Woven

Ceremonial Textile (Sarita) -Date: century -Geography: Indonesia, Sulawesi -Culture: Toraja -Medium: Cotton -Classification: Textiles-Woven

Batik sample Indonesian (Javanese), Dutch colonial rule, late 19th century

Batik sample Indonesian (Javanese), Dutch colonial rule, late 19th century

Wayang Kulit Shadow Puppet Gunungan from by EthnicArtandJewelry, $250.00

Wayang Kulit Shadow Puppet Gunungan from by EthnicArtandJewelry, $250.00

balinese artwork ❀ Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat ❀ http://balifloatingleaf.com ❀

balinese artwork ❀ Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat ❀ http://balifloatingleaf.com ❀

"Javanese Ornament" an ornamental drawing by Indonesian based artist, Septian Fajrianto

"Javanese Ornament" an ornamental drawing by Indonesian based artist, Septian Fajrianto

The handwoven textiles of Indonesia are woven on backstrap looms. Wide cloths are made by sewing two or three loom widths of fabric together. Handwoven textile techniques from these islands include supplementary weft patterning (or songket) and warp, weft, and double ikat.

Indonesian hand-woven textiles are woven on backstrap looms. Wider cloths are made by sewing together loom-widths of fabric. Hand-weaving techniques from these islands include supplementary weft patterning (or songket) and warp, weft, and double ikat.

Pinterest
Search